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Ron Gray (born 1919 or 1920, died 2002) is a former association football football player, manager and scout.[1][2] He started his managerial career at Watford, but his tenure was not particularly successful. The club recorded their lowest ever football league finish, having to apply for re-election to the Football League in 1950–51.[3] His next managerial role was at Millwall. After his first spell as manager, Gray stayed at the club as assistant manager to Reg Smith.[4] Gray was re-appointed as manager after Smith was sacked, and led the club to promotion as Fourth Division champions in 1961–62.[5] Gray later spent four seasons at Lincoln City from 1966 to 1970. After leaving Lincoln Gray joined Ipswich Town as a scout, where he remained until his retirement in 1987.[1]

Managerial Statistics

Club From To P W D L F A Win %
Watford June 1950 August 1951 56 13 15 28 63 93 23.21%
Millwall January 1956 January 1958
Millwall February 1961 November 1963
Lincoln City August 1966 July 1970 184 60 55 69 32.61%

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